pulse repetition rate


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pulse repetition rate

[′pəls ‚rep·ə¦tish·ən ‚rāt]
(electronics)
The number of times per second that a pulse is transmitted. Abbreviated PRR. Also known as pulse recurrence rate; pulse repetition frequency (PRF).
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9-10) In both cases, the pulse repetition rate reported was 10 MHz.
With scanning rates up to 100 scans per second and pulse repetition rates up to 200 kHz the range also delivers multiple, unlimited target capability and a range of additional options including camera, cableless operation and additional data storage.
The Empower is a Q-switched laser made to deliver up to >30 watts at adjustable pulse repetition rates between 1 kHz and 10 kHz with Pulse energies as high as >20 millijoules.
00] average power and pulse repetition rates of up to 1 MHz, These are ideal for high quality industrial micromachining.
The Empower is a Q-switched laser delivering up to >30 watts at adjustable pulse repetition rates between 1 and 10 kHz.
The pulse repetition rates, which are variable over a broad range, go up to 0.
It operates at pulse repetition rates up to 7 kHz and generates pulse widths of less than 500 femtoseconds.
Figure 3 shows the output characteristics of this device when measured with a 10 [[micro]second]-wide pulse using a variety of pulse repetition rates covering the 10 Hz to 5 kHz frequency range (where frequency dispersion effects are most relevant).
Optical pulse widths as short as a few picoseconds and with pulse repetition rates from several hundred MHz to several hundred GHz are achieved in mode-locked semiconductor lasers.